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Parashat Ki Tissa: Halakhah
Learn more about the half-shekel donation that was made for the mishkan that is still practiced today in many communities
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Parashat Tetzaveh: Halakhah
In the mishkan, the כֹּהָנִים (kohanim, priests) wore special clothing while performing their duties. While these clothes have not been worn for a very long time, there are still many halakhot connected to our clothing today.
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Parashat Tetzaveh: Halakhah
In the mishkan, the כֹּהָנִים (kohanim, priests) wore special clothing while performing their duties. While these clothes have not been worn for a very long time, there are still many halakhot connected to our clothing today.
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Parashat Terumah: Halakhah
Learn more about havdalah and how it connects with the parokhet, the curtain that seperated between the kodesh and kodesh ha-kodashim in the mishkan.
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Parashat Vayakhel: Halakhah
Learn more about what "melakhah" is and how it plays out with regards to tying knots on Shabbat.
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Parashat Vayakhel: Halakhah
Is it true that we aren't supposed to open mail or packages that arrive on Shabbat? What's the reason for this? What if Devash magazine arrives in the mail on Shabbat?
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Parashat Ki Tissa: Halakhah
Is it true that we aren't supposed to open mail or packages that arrive on Shabbat? What's the reason for this? What if Devash magazine arrives in the mail on Shabbat?
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Parashat Emor: Halakhah
This week, we will explore some of the halakhah of סְפִירַת הָעֹמֶר (sefirat ha-omer, counting the omer).
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Parashat Terumah: Halakhah
Gold is the first item on the parashah’s list of supplies for the mishkan. It was used for many parts of the mishkan, Our parashah might make it sound like using gold to perform mitzvot is always a good thing, but in fact, it's complicated!
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Parashat Mishpatim: Halakhah
If you find a lost item, there is a mitzvah to return it to its owner. This is called הֲשָׁבַת אֲבֵידָה (hashavat aveidah, returning something lost) and it is first mentioned in our parashah.
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Parashat Yitro: Halakhah
This week, we will learn about being careful with berakhot (blessings) to not say a wasted berakhah.
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Parashat Yitro: Halakhah
What does it mean to remember Shabbat? How does reciting Kiddush fulfill the mitzvah?
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Parashat Vayehi: Halakhah
Learn more about the custom of parents blessing their children on Friday night
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Parashat Yitro: Halakhah
This week, we will explore some of the halakhah around Kedushah.
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Parashat Beshallah: Halakhah
Learn about how we can beautify mitzvot and how that's learned from the song of the sea
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Parashat Beshallah: Halakhah
How was collecting double mann on Friday related to our Shabbat food practices?
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Parashat Beshallah: Halakhah
This week, we will explore why the challah is covered during kiddush.
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Parashat Bo: Halakhah
In this week's parashah, we encounter the pasuk that is considered to be the source of the mitzvot surrounding Rosh Hodesh, the new month on the Jewish calendar. 
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Parashat Bo: Halakhah
Learn about some of the laws around cooking on Yom Tov
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